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Old April 18, 2017   #10
NewWestGardener
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I think you are fine for the first year anyways, as you only have a single tuber of each variety. Your pots should be big enough. You'll get an idea in the fall how many more tubers each plant developed and then the decision for next year would be piece of cake . Several tubers in one pot for more branches, or single ones in more pots. I like to plant several tubers of the same variety in one spot for a better show.

Hope it helps. Happy Gardening!
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